For those with a corkscrew and pin slot, I replace the pin with a threaded needle.
I like the ferro rod on lanyard.I always thought it would be interesting if I could find a ferro rod that would fit inside the corkscrew, but I haven’t found one.
That's a great idea, I think I've seen some pictures in the past where people fit a thin round ferro rod inside the corkscrew. But ideally, wouldn't it be great if the entire grey corkscrew holder is made of ferro rod? I'd also seen the firefly ferro rod to fit into the toothpick slot, but that is much thinner and I worry it may break under heavier use.And thank you all these photo for ideas, I usually just have a plain old paracord with a bead. Some personal touch would probably be nice.
I do have a couple firefly ferro rods. I did break one testing it out. It is also easy to gouge them if strike too hard.
It's a pretty cool idea to be honest, but it is just difficult to expect it to be robust at the same time when they are so thin in shape. I just don't think I would remember to put a finger underneath the rod when I'm stressed in situation. So far, the paracord toggle seems to be the best bet.
Loving the concept behind The Tank adornments.Depending on the knife, there's no telling what I may do.Normally, I'll do something with paracord, but here's a 58mm that I wanted a chain on. Fob from an old spoon.